Prof. Benon C. Basheka
- Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs)
- Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
- Department of Governance
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- Ph.D. (UDSM), Ph.D. (MAK), MPM (UMI), DPP (UMI), MASSPM(MAK), BA(MAK), LLB(CUU), CIPS(UK)
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Basheka is a Professor of Governance in the Department of Governance and the 1st Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Kabale University. Kabale University is a Government University located in South Western part of Uganda. Professor Basheka also holds the position of an Extra-Ordinary Professor at the School of Business and Governance of the North-West University (NWS) Business School in South Africa (January 2020-December 2023). He is also a visiting Professor and Research fellow at the School of Public Management, Governance and Public Policy in the College of Economics and Management Sciences at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. Professor Basheka is an accomplished scholar, researcher, teacher, management, administration, governance and leadership specialist and consultant. He has authored more than 80 articles in internationally accredited journals, more than 15 books and book chapters and a number of reports and conference proceedings. As of 5thJuly, 2022, his google citation index stood at 1348 citations with an h-index of 18 and an i10-index of 30.
Professor Basheka cherishes a forward-thinking approach to issues, believes in team-based leadership competences, results-oriented, believes merit-based systems and principles and always aspires to foster innovative solutions to problems. Prof Basheka has a multidisciplinary academic background with two PhDs, two Master’s Degrees, Two postgraduate Diplomas and One Bachelor’s Degree. He has a PhD in Political Science and Public Administration (coursework and dissertation) from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania where he specialized in Public Governance, Policy Management and Public Financial Management. His second PhD is in Educational Administration, Planning and Management (coursework and dissertation) obtained from Makerere University where he specialized in Higher Education Governance and Reforms. Professor Basheka has a Master’s Degree in Social Sector Planning and Management from Makerere University with a specialty in University Quality Assurance Management systems and a second Master’s degree in Project Management from Uganda Management Institute with a specialty in Program design and evaluation. Basheka equally has a Postgraduate Diploma in Project planning and Management from Uganda Management Institute and a graduate diploma in procurement and supply from the Chartered institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS-United Kingdom). Basheka had his undergraduate training in Political Science and Public Administration from Makerere University where he obtained a second-class upper division degree. He also has now acquired a Second-class Upper Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Degree from Cavendish University-Uganda (January 2022).
Professor Basheka has successfully supervised over 500 graduate students and externally examined over 150 graduate students from different universities across different Universities. At a doctoral level, he has supervised to successful completion 20 PhD students and he has externally examined more than 40 PhD dissertations from different universities across the globe. He has also reviewed more than 20 application profiles for scholars wishing to be promoted to Associate Professorship and Full Professorship positions for different Universities. He has hosted, chaired and co-chaired several international conferences within his area of specialty. He has provided editorship of academic journals and remains a member of the editorial board of several accredited local and international journals in his field of specialization.
Administratively, he has progressed through academic ranks as an Assistant Lecturer, Lecturer, head of department, a Professor, Dean of faculty and Vice Chancellor of a University. He blends experience in the public and private sector operating contexts. Professor Basheka until 31st August 2019 was a Vice Chancellor of Uganda Technology and Management University (a private University) where he was responsible for the academic, administrative and financial affairs of the University and as such oversees the university’s financial, human and material resources. He provided strategic leadership to the university and also performed the duties of the University in Research, Innovation and Business Development. His leadership of the university saw exponential growth in terms of revenue, student numbers, university partnerships, student completion rates, consultancy and advisory services as well as in the overall publications and research productivity credentials. During his leadership, the university rankings steadily increased. He remained the top researcher of the university.
Prof Basheka was the founding Dean of the School of Business and Management at the Uganda Technology and Management University. Before joining the school at UTAMU, he had diligently served for 7 years as the Head of Graduate studies at Uganda Management Institute where he oversaw the innovative expansion of graduate research and training. He also served as acting Director of Programs (Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic affairs) at Uganda Management Institute where he received a letter of commendation from the Governing council of the institute for his transformative leadership capabilities during the period. During his service at Uganda Management Institute, he still topped annually as the best researcher and academic with the highest number of publications credited to his name. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (UK) and a member of the Uganda Evaluation Association. He was the founding member and Chairperson of the Institute of Procurement Professionals of Uganda (IPPU).
Professor Basheka has experience in governance matters, more so, of the Higher Education sector. He has been a member of the University Council, a member of investigative committees on matters of governance within the Higher Education sector and a researcher, expert and advisor of government on Higher education reforms. He has a thorough understanding of the legal and institutional framework for management of the Higher Education sector and operations of Government. He has served on the University council’s Appointments Board and the Planning Committees. He has been the chairperson of the university top academic decision-making organ-senate. At management level, he has had substantial experience in chairing the university senior management team. In his private capacity, he oversees Radix Management Consulting (U)-a private consultancy firm which he founded in 2006. This firm has been key in providing high level consultancy advisory services.
As a professor, Basheka specializes in teaching Governance and Public Administration theories, advanced research methods, public policy, monitoring and evaluation theory, Designing, conducting and Managing evaluations project design and management, Institutional Governance and leadership, comparative public administration, public procurement, Project management, Education Governance and Policy, Strategic leadership and corporate governance among others. He has provided and continues to provide mentorship to a number of staffs of the school and the university in general as well as to doctoral and other postgraduate students. Basheka has received a number of international awards and recognitions. He is extensively travelled and is versed with changing dynamics in his fields of study. In the consulting and advisory services realm, he has been a team leader and specialist for more than 50 high level consultancy assignments for Government, national and international organizations and Civil Society Organizations. He has consulted for leading organizations like the World Bank, DFID, GIZ, UNICEF, UNDP, SIDA, and ADC among others.
- Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Cavendish University-Uganda, completed with a Second-Class Upper Division. (2022)
- Ph.D. (Political Science and Public Administration) Course work and Dissertation in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Dar es salaam in Tanzania- Completed with a distinction. Majoring in Public Policy Governance and Public Financial Management (2014)
- Ph.D. (Educational Administration, Planning and Management), Makerere University-Kampala-Completed with a Distinction. Majoring in Higher Education Governance and Education Reforms (2009)
- Masters in Project Management-Uganda Management Institute- completed with a distinction. Majoring in Programme Evaluation (2008)
- Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and supply (CIPS) United Kingdom-completed it with the award as the 3rd Best student in Africa (2007)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management-Uganda Management Institute-completed it with distinction (Second Class Upper).(2004 )
- Masters in Social Sector Planning and Management-Makerere University, completed it with distinction. Majoring in University Quality assurance and Management (2003)
- Bachelors Arts (Political Science and Public Administration), Makerere University-completed it with Second Class Upper Division (1998)
Basheka’s Research interests
Governance, Public Leadership, Public Policy, Corporate Governance, Institutional systems, Monitoring and evaluation, Public Procurement and Public Financial Management, Performance management systems, Education sector management and policy reforms, Public sector reforms, and public sector administrative efficiency.
DOCTORAL LEVEL SUPERVISION
|1. Gilbert Ohairwe||Information management and effective decision Making in the regulation, management and administration of Uganda’s pharmaceutical services.||Public Administration||Graduated|
|2. Olivia Mwisaka Kyatuwa||Bureaucracy and decision making in public and private universities in Uganda||Public Administration||Graduated|
|3. Shiba Asiimwe
|Work force diversity management and performance of public organisations in Uganda: implications from national water and sewerage corporation||Management||Dissertation|
|4. George Lukwago
|Using Herzberg’s-two factor theory to develop construct validity for motivation of employees in the Uganda’s national agricultural research organization||Management||Graduated|
|5. Okwadi J.M.Tukei||Operational Risk Management and Staff performance in Uganda Police Force. A case study of Kampala Police Metropolitan, Uganda.||Management||Graduated|
|6. AKETCH Anyango Everline
|Culture, Strategic Planning and Performance of SMEs: A Case Study of Uganda||Business Administration||Graduated|
|7. Magolo John Faith||Appropriateness of Early Warning Systems in the Management of Climate Change Impacts in Mt. Elgon Region in Eastern Uganda||Development studies||Graduated|
|8. SSENTAMU Julius
|Corporate Governance, Management Competence and Financial Performance of Selected Money Transfer Companies in Uganda||Business Administration||Dissertation writing|
|9. Muzaale Tonny
|The Audit Function Structure: A Critical Evaluation of the Legal Framework for the Management of Public Finance in Uganda||Public Administration||Graduated|
|10. Kiiza Mark
|Management of Deep Water Sources and Sustainability in Developing Countries. A case : Great Lakes Region of East Africa||Management||Dissertation writing|
|11. Lubega Joseph||Financing, Price Discrimination, Transaction Cost, And Trade Credit Practices Among Manufacturing Firms In Uganda: The Mediating Effect Of Repayment Behaviour||Business Administration||Graduated|
|12. Medard Twinamasiko||Linking Conservation To The Implementation Of Revenue Sharing Policy And Livelihood Improvement Of People Bordering Bwindi Impenetrable National Park||Management||Graduated|
|13. Aloysious Byaruhanga||Contractor Selection, Monitoring and Performance Of Road Infrastructure Projects In Uganda||Business Administration||Graduated|
|14. George Makunde
|Colonial Administrative Systems And Their Influence On Current Performance Of Local Authorities In Zimbabwe||Public Administration||Graduated|
|15. Cainos Chingombe
|Leadership Practices And Performance Of Local Authorities In Zimbabwe: City Of Harare.||Public Administration||Graduated|
|16. Herbert Arinaitwe||Institutionalization of Monitoring and Evaluation in Government Systems. The case of Justice, Law and Order Sector in Uganda||Management||Data Collection|
|17. Elizabeth Margaret Asiimwe||Utilization of Evaluation findings by Civil Society Organizations in Uganda||Development studies||Data Collection|
|18. Frank Asiimwe||Corporate Governance Practices and Performance of Kampala Capital City Authority (Uganda) and City of Kigali (Rwanda): A Correlational Comparative Study||Public Administration||Graduated|
|19. Steven Joseph Minja||Developing a Life Cycle Costing Analytical Framework for the Building and Construction Industry in Tanzania||Economics||Corrections|
|20. Eric Masereka||Plastic Waste Management Strategies and Sustainable Environmental Management Practices in Uganda||Development studies||Dissertation writing|
|21. James Musinguzi||Evaluating the Efficacy of Institutional Systems in the Management of Illegal and Unsustainable Trade in Wildlife Products in Uganda||Management||Graduated|
|22. Justus Biryomumeisho||Corporate governance and firm performance in Uganda.||Business administration||Graduated|
|23. Beatah Sibanda||Exploring the adoption of blockchain technology for effective governance in selected provincial government departments in Gauteng, South Africa||Business Administration||Data Collection.|
Doctoral level External Examination
|1. GENGATHAREN PILLAY||Implementing the National Curriculum Statement: A case study of FET History Educators in the Umlazi District, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa||2011||Doctorate|
|2. ZANDILE F. NHLABATHI||Promoting Intergovernmental Relations through KWANALOGA Games: A case study of Selected Municipalities in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa||2011||Doctorate|
|3. SETONNJI NOEL ADEOYE||A study of the Implementation of public of public policy to increase participation in recreation sports in Lagos state-Nigeria’.||2012||Doctorate|
|4. UDO ROBETSON AGOMUONSO||The Changing face of NEPAD and the challenges of facilitating sub-regional economic integration on the ECOWAS platform (2001-2011)||2012||Doctorate|
|5. DEUSDETIT MARK KAREMIRE’S||Human Resource Management Practices and Lecturer Efficiency in Public and Private Universities in Central Uganda||2013||Doctorate|
|6. NURU TINDI SEJE||Innovation adoption and work experience among middle level managers in selected public and private universities in Nairobi, Kenya||2013||Doctorate|
|7. WAKHUNGU NATHAN||Social behaviour and academic achievement of students in selected public and private universities in Kampala, Uganda||2013||Doctorate|
|8. DEUSDEDIT BYABASHAIJA||Human resource management practices and synergy of local governments of the greater Bushenyi District, Western Uganda||2013||Doctorate|
|9. BENJAMIN BELLA OLUKA||Prepotency of Needs and Reward Valence of Employees in Three Government Ministries of Uganda||2013||Doctorate|
|10. THEKISO MOLOKWANE||The Impact Of Public Private Partnerships On The Delivery Of Water Services In Botswana: The Case Of Lobatse Management Centre||2014||Doctorate|
|11. MARUTLULLE, NK||Exploration Of Housing Delivery Challenges Faced By Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (Re-Examination)||2014||Doctorate|
|12. THEKISO MOLOKWANE
|The Impact Of Public Private Partnerships On The Delivery Of Water Services In Botswana: The Case Of Lobatse Management Centre||2014||Doctorate|
13. KENETH KAMANA MANARA
|Determinants of Collective action in Public Private School Committees in Arusha City and Iringa District-Tanzania.||2014||Doctoral|
|14. MPUNGOSE, B.E||Exploring Public Policy Implementation in a decentralized state: The case of the language policy in Kwazul-natal||2015||Doctoral|
|15. OSCAR JOEL MAGAVA||Challenges to successful implementation of the Universal and compulsory primary education policies in Tanzania,1967-2013||2015||Doctoral|
|16. AMOS M MOSHIKARO||The association of political will with performance of selected municipalities in South Africa||2015||Doctoral|
|17. KEFILOE DORIS MASITENG||Identifying the key determinants of poverty and inequality in South Africa since 1994: Judging the past by the present||2015||Doctoral|
|18. EDITH G. M. MBABAZI||Mergers of Higher Education institutions in Uganda: The Case of Kyambogo University||2015||Doctoral|
|19. WILSON MUGIZI||Antecedents of commitment of academic staffs in universities in Uganda||2016||Doctoral|
|20. A.M. Ndlovu
|An appraisal of moral leadership and ethics in the public service: a case study of the eastern cape department of education||2016||Doctoral|
|21. A. MASHA
|An assessment of the need for a mentoring model for public service training facilitators: the case of training agency at an Eastern Cape University||2016||Doctoral|
|22. Wilfred Bengnwi||Evaluation of the Gauteng Department of Housing’s Housing Programmes 2004-2010||2016||Doctoral|
|23. Hunadi Mapula Nkwana
|A multisectoral public policy framework for food security in South Africa||2016||Doctoral|
|24. BONGANI REGINALD QWABE||HUMAN CAPITAL FOR RURAL INFRASRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH ARICA: A PROJECT-BASED PEDAGOGICAL ANALYSIS||2017||Doctoral|
|25. ANNEKE CLARK||TOWADS A NETWORK THEORY OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION||2017||Doctoral|
|26. DANIEL ROBERT WICOMB||CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN CALL CENTERS; AN ESKOM PERSPECTIVE.||2018||Doctoral|
|27. MARY K. TIZIKARA||HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES AND EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION IN MAKERERE UNIVERSITY||2018||Doctoral|
|28. RICHARD MDUDUZI MTHETWA||MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION: THE CHILD SUPPORT GRANT IN SOUTH AFRICA||2018||Doctoral|
|29. JANE WAMAITHA MUNENE||THE ROLE OF CSOs IN PROMOTING EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WITH GOVERNANCE ISSUES IN KENYA||2018||Doctoral|
|30. MARTHA MARIA MARTHINA DE WET||THE VARIABLES INFLUENCING DEVELOPMENTAL LOCAL GOVERNANCE TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES AND CITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA||2018||Doctoral|
|31. ASPHAT MUPOSHI||FACTORS INFLUENCING PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR: A CASE OF NON-RESUSABLE BAGS||2019||Doctoral|
|32. LIVHAWANI MASHADU L.M.||EVALUATING THE INSTITUTIONALISATION OF HIV MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM: A CASE OF KZN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH||2019||Doctoral|
|33. WEBB MAZINYO E||LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES IMPACTING ON NATIONAL INSURANCE: THE CASE OF EASTERN CAPE DISTRICT HEALTH SYSTEM, SOUTH AFRICA||2019||Doctoral|
|34. BONGILE W MBABO||THE SMALL, MICRO AND MEDIUM (SMMES) AND JOB CREATION: A CASE STUDY OF EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN||2019||Doctoral|
|35. RAMASHODI PIET R||COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS BETWEEN PROVINCIAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN GAUTENG||2019||Doctoral|
|36. SIVASHANKAR SREENIVASAN||AN EVALUATION OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND SERVICE EXCELLENCE: A CASE STUDY OF THE PORT OF DURBAN||2019||Doctoral|
|37. ZELALEM BAYISI G||A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE OF ACADEMIC BRIAN DRAIN AT SELECTED UNIVERSITIES IN ETHIOPIA AND SOUTH AFRICA||2019||Doctoral|
|38. JACKSON BARNGTUNNY||PUBLIC BUDGET FORMULATION AND DECISION MAKING IN THREE EAST AFRICAN COUNTRIES’.||2020||Doctoral|
|39. ARVID MUZANENHANO||THE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CREATING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR A SELECTED SOUTH AFRICAN STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISE’’||2020||Doctoral|
|40. DESLINE PILLAY||PERSPECTIVES OF EDUCATORS ON LEADERSHIPS’ HANDLING OF CONFLICT IN SCHOOLS IN THE PHOENIX CIRCUIT’||2020||Doctoral|
|41. KINENE J.R||MANAGEMENT OF MOVABLE ASSETS AND THE APPLICATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT POLICIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENT, KZN PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT’||2020||Doctoral|
|42. FUNGAI NGOMA MAUCHI||INFLUENCE OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AND CULTURE ON RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF SMES IN ZIMBABWE.||2021||Doctoral|
|43. JOSEPH MBITHI||ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING TOOLS MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA’||2021||Doctoral|
|44. SHEM SIKOMBE||INSTITUTIONALIZED SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN ZAMBIA’||2021||Doctoral|
|45. TOBIAS MUBANGA MUTALE||‘THEORIZING POVERTY AND INEQUALITY IN THE CASE OF RURAL WOMEN IN MUNGUI DISTRICT IN ZAMBIA: A GROUNDED THEORY APPROACH’||2021||Doctoral|
|46. ENOS KITAMBO||SOCIAL ENTREPRENURSHIP AND YOUTH-SOCIO-ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN ACHOLI-SUB REGION, NORTHERN UGANDA||2022||Doctoral|
|47. NAIODOO NATHASIA||A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK SUPPORTING LIFE SCIENCES EDUCATOR’S PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOLWGDE IN THE RELATIOHSIP BETWEEN THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM AND THE ENDOCTRINE SYSTEM||2022||Doctoral|
|48. NHLAHLA F. NGCOBO||THE CRIME PREVENTION ROLE OF STREET COMMITEES IN SELECTED OWN SHIPS IN THE ETHEKWIN MUNICIPAL AREA||2022||Doctoral|
|49. KATE MAMOKGATI||A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTING HEALTH SYSTEMS REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA||2022||Doctoral|
|50. ANNA ALETHA A. VAN STADEN||DEVLPMENT OF AN ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK IN THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEM: A CASE OF THE LIMPOMPO PROVINCE.||2022||Doctoral|
SELECTED SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS AND PANEL SESSIONS
- Basheka, B.C. (2022), Indigenising state formation, Governance and Public Leadership in Africa, a Keynote Presentation at the Joint APN/SSRC symposium held at Uganda Christian university on February 24th
- Basheka, B.C. (2022), Role of Academic in Anti-Corruption fight, a key note address presented at the symposium for the Department of Governance, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kabale University.
- Basheka, B.C. (2022), Some thoughts on Leadership for Union Growth and Sustainability, a Key note presentation on an annual retreat of the National Organisation of Trade Unions of Uganda (NOTU).
- Basheka, B.C. (2021), Public Procurement Challenges and service delivery in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges, A presentation at a colloquium Organized by the Centre for African Governance and development of the Faculty of Management Sciences of Durban University of Technology ON 14TH December 2021.
- Basheka, B C. (2021) Principles of Graduate supervision, Presentation to the Academic staff of Kabale University on 7th May 2021.
- Basheka, B.C. (2019), Panel Moderator for the 2019 Education Sector Annual Review for the Ministry of Education and Sport of the Government of Uganda
- Basheka, B.C. (2018) Presenter for the 2018 Education Sector Annual Review for the Ministry of Education and Sports of the Government of Uganda
- Basheka, B, C. (2018) From Evidence Generation to Utilization” OR SIMPLY EVIDENCE-BASED DECISION MAKING? Key note presentation for the African Evaluation Association
- Basheka, B.C. (2015) Effective supervision of graduate students, Presented to the staff of the school of business and management, Uganda Technology and Management University
- Basheka, B.C. (2015) How to conceive and write a journal article, presented to the Presented to the staff of the school of business and management, Uganda Technology and Management University
- Basheka, B.C. (2014) Understanding Uganda’s public Procurement systems in comparison with other East African procurement systems, a key note presentation to the parliament committee on budget during their benchmarking visit to Uganda in December 2014 at Hotel Africana
- Basheka, B.C. (2014) Best Practices on Corporate Governance of Higher Education Institutions, A presentation to a workshop by vice chancellors of universities in Uganda held at Africana hotel. The workshop was organized by NCHE
- Basheka, B.C. (2014) Doctoral Research Proposal Writing, A Presentation to the second intake on the joint UTAMU-MUST PhD programme in August 2014
- Basheka, B.C. (2014) Qualitative Research Paradigm, A presentation at the Graduate Research Supervision and Evaluation Workshop for staff of Islamic University in Uganda held between 13th -14th December, 2014 at Maple Cottages-Kamonkoli, Mbale-Uganda
- Basheka, B.C. (2014) Management and Leadership for effective performance of trade unions in Uganda, A Presentation to the annual meeting of the National Association of trade union (NOTU) held in Masaka
- Basheka, B.C. (2013) Public Service Processes in the public eye, A key note presentation at the 2nd public service innovation conference organised by the Ministry of Public service Uganda at Hotel African,
- Basheka, B.C. (2013) Role of Procurement Professional in Public Private Partnerships (PPPs), Paper presented at the annual general meeting of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, Ugandan Chapter, Held at hotel Africana on 29th November 2013
- Basheka, B.C. (2013) Role of (Public) Procurement in the Realization of objectives of 2040, Paper presented at the annual diner of the institute of procurement professionals of Uganda, held at Imperial Royale Hotel on 29th November 2013
- Basheka, B.C. (2013) Introduction to the Doctoral research process, paper presented to the joint institutional PhD capacity building intake held on 21st November 2013
- Basheka, B.C (2013) Rethinking Public Procurement in Uganda, Paper presented at the 1st CPA economic Forum organised by the Institute of Certified public Accountants of Uganda, held in Entebbe, from 24-27 July 2013
- Basheka, B.C. (2013) Public service Transformation in Africa, A paper presented at a public seminar at the University of Limpopo in South Africa
1st Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs at Kabale University, Uganda
Extra Ordinary Professor, School of Business and Governance, North-West University Business School, South Africa
Professor of Governance and Public Administration in the Department of Governance and Public Administration within the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Kabale University
Vice Chancellor, Uganda Technology and Management University-Kampala, Uganda.
Member of the University Governing Council, Uganda Technology and Management University, Kampala-Uganda
Member of the University Council representing the public at Kabale University
Member of the University Appointments Board, Uganda Technology and Management University, and Kabale University
Chair of the University Senior Management, Uganda Technology and Management University, Kampala-Uganda
Chair of the University Senate, Uganda Technology and Management University, Kampala-Uganda
Member of the Uganda Vice Chancellor’s Forum, an association that brings together all Vice chancellors and institutional leaders of public and private institutions in Uganda
Visiting Professor and research fellow in the School of Public Governance and Management at the Faculty of Management-University of Johannesburg, South Africa
2013 – 2019
Professor of Public Administration and Management, Department of Public Administration and Governance, School of Business and Management, Uganda Technology and Management University-Kampala, Uganda.
Dean, School of Business and Management, Uganda Technology and Management University, Kampala-Uganda
Founder, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director of Radix Management Consulting Ltd, Kampala, Uganda
2012 – to-2016
Visiting Professor of Public Administration at the Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership at the University of Limpopo in South Africa
2011 – to-2015
Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, School of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Electronic Science and Technology-China
July 2010 – 2013
Chair of the Research committee of Uganda Management Institute and Leader of the Governance and Leadership Research Cluster at the Institute
Jan – June 2009
Ag. Director Programmes and Student Affairs (Equivalent to Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic affairs in University context), Uganda Management Institute
2008 – June 2013
Head of Graduate Studies, at Uganda Management Institute, Kampala-Uganda
2007 – 2008
Ag. Head, Higher Degrees Department, Uganda Management Institute
Lecturer Department of Business and Finance Management, Uganda Management Institute
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Community Education and Extra-Mural Studies, Makerere University
2000 – 2004
Administrative Assistant, Examinations Division, Academic Registrars Department, Makerere University. During this period, he was a part-time lecturer, the Department of Community Education and Extra-Mural studies
Key functions and responsibilities
In line with the relevant laws, the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs shall be the First Deputy Vice-Chancellor and shall:
- Assist the Vice-Chancellor in the performance of his or her functions and in that regard be responsible for the Academic Affairs of the University.
- In the absence of the Vice-Chancellor performs the functions of Vice-Chancellor.
- Initiates, obtains approval of and promotes policies, plans and programs that enhance the academic and professional excellence of the University.
- Oversees the development, implementation and review of the policy framework for monitoring the quality, standards and management of the University’s academic programs.
- Establishes systems for the planning, development and review of undergraduate, post graduate, research programs and any other academic programs of the University.
- Oversees the selection and admission of students.
- Initiates and coordinates the development and review of curricula for academic programs offered at the University.
- Monitors compliance in setting and marking all examinations in accordance with the established regulations.
- Establishes systems for students’ timely completion of academic programmes.
- Promotes partnerships and networking for academic growth and development in the University.
- Performs such other functions that may be delegated to him or her by the Vice Chancellor or assigned by the University Council.